i think everyone would agree looking at the numbers that came out yesterday that, you know, 100,000-plus is fine, but really want to create 200,000-plus. you want to see employment growth everywhere. you don't want to see hundreds of thousands of people leaving the workforce. on that, there is general agreement, even among democrats, it could be doing better, but psychologically now, below 8%. saying it months ago. the white house was saying it years ago. other political observers have said, if the unemployment got below 8% the president would be doing okay and probably cruising to re-election. now that it is, it is blunted that argument and makes it harder. i want to back up jared here. i used to cover federal employees. i have been to the bureau of labor sticks and he's right. the firewalls exist. it is virtually impossible to get that information out and having met those career statisticians and economist whose work there, it would be a crime of the utmost degree here in washington if those numbers were skewed at all, and if it is happening, you know, i welcome anyone to flaent evidence, and i'll chase it down.